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Player rating: Hong Kong vs Indonesia

After Hong Kong’s loss against Thailand on October 11th, the team aimed to do better in Indonesia on October 16th. They got away with a 1-1 draw, as it seems that Gary White may need some more time to adjust the team to his playing philosophy. 

Yapp Hung Fai: 6.5/10

Did okay except for the conceded goal, made some good saves before being subbed off in the second half.

Dani Cancela: 6/10

Supported the attack well, but was beaten several times by the Indonesian winger.

Festus Baise: 7.5/10

Continued his solid performance, couldn’t prevent the goal, but scored the equalizer and became Hong Kong’s oldest goalscorer internationally.

Tong Kin-man: 6.5/10

Failed to convert Nakamura’s cross into a goal in the 11th minute, but did okay in defending for the rest of the match.

Andy Russell: 6.5/10

Should have done something to prevent the goal with his aerial ability. Tested the Indonesian keeper twice with two threatening headers in first-half stoppage time and improved in the second half.

Huang Yang: 6/10

Did okay, but couldn’t really impress, improved slightly after the break.

Tan Chun-lok: 7/10

Good work rate. Won a couple of possessions for the team, defended well, but couldn’t do much in attack. Should he be the regular first pick for Hong Kong’s defensive midfield position?

Yuto Nakamura: 6.5/10

Did well in his debut, provided some good crosses and set pieces on the left.

Jaimes McKee: 6/10

Worked hard as usual, but felt like he was a bit lost in the first half. Improved in the second half by involving in several counter-attacks.

Paul Olivier Ngue: 6/10

The target man won some challenges in the air, but looked a bit tired and failed to deliver.

Alex Akande: 6.5/10

Did well by pressing up front, won a few possessions from the Indonesian defenders, but was then subbed.



Giovane Alves Da Silva: 6/10

Failed to impress. Was hungry to score and almost did it with a header in the late second half. Needs more time to prove himself.

Sandro: 7/10

Looked lively and protected the ball, created a few chances and made the assist.

Wong Wai: 6.5/10

Supported the team with quality set pieces and crosses.

Yue Tze-nam: N/A

Had little time to make an impression.

Leung Nok-hang: N/A

Had little time to make an impression.

Wang Zhenpeng: 6.5/10

Made some saves in the second half and didn’t make a mistake.

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